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  1. Agriculture Technologies

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare Professional Bachelor of Agriculture Technologies, able to apply modern agriculture technologies and prevention measures in the professional activity, able to analyze and creatively apply acquired knowledge as well as constantly learning under conditions of the establishing knowledge society. Learning outcomes. After completion of the study programme, a graduate will be able to: 1. Perform technological process; Evaluate the quality of the work; 2. Evaluate plant growing technological processes; Evaluate cattle breeding technological processes; Choose agricultural technique and buildings; 3. Organize storage and realization of agricultural production; 4. Organize the enterprise management process. 5. Assess the predecessor and will be field and garden seed production rotations; Grow vegetables and field crops seeds by various technologies; 6. Assess the elements of the marketing complex; Controlled by the availability of material resources. Activities of teaching and learning: Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Final subject assessment is a cumulative score. Assessment formula of students’ achievements is presented in study subjects description. Framework: Study subjects (modules), practical training: Framework: Study subjects (modules), practical training: General College Study Subjects Philosophy/ Sociology, Professional Language Culture; Professional Foreign Language; Professional Ethics. Subjects in the Study Field Mathematics, Law, Labour and ...

    Provider NameUtena College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  2. Electrical Energetics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Prepare a highly skilled engineer of electrical energetic, the specialist who has sufficient knowledge, abilities and skills required for the global market for engineering activities, using the latest technology, who is ready for responsible professional activity in the constantly changing labor market. Learning outcomes: After completion of the study programme, a graduate will be able to: Analyse and select structural electrical energy sources and network solutions; Design and calculate electrical circuits of electrical schemes in the object under design: main, second ( accessory) circuits, security and automation, select proper equipment; Calculate work mode of various purpose electrical devices; Prepare the project documentation of electric systems under design; Know-how, select and apply advanced technologies of installation; Organise and assure the abidance of performing installation and operation adjustment activities; Plan an acceptance of assembled electrical equipment for properly use; Plan and organise the technological management of electrical energy production, transmission, switchgear; Plan and organise the inspection of electrical equipment technical state; Plan and organise the maintenance of electrical equipment; Prepare and manage operational and technical documentation related with the operation of electrical equipment; Evaluate the environment of electrical energetic sector and possibilities of own enterprise; Plan and organise activities of enterprise (subd ...

    Provider NameUtena College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  3. Engineering of Environmental Protection

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To prepare a Professional Bachelor in Environmental Engineering who is able to apply the newest environmental protection technologies and preventative means, analyze and creatively apply acquired knowledge and constantly learn in the conditions of knowledge based society. Learning outcomes: A graduate will be able to: 1. Analyse polluting substances in the air and air pollution sources, surface and underground water, wastewater, soil and impact of pollution on the environment. 2. Analyse the sources of waste generation, waste sorting, collection systems, processing techniques and equipment. 3. Establish the environmental aspects of economic activity. 4. Select an effective technological equipment environmentally, ensure the best available techniques for the implementation of. 5. Apply the methods and technologies that are designed to reduce air, wastewater, soil pollution and waste generation. 6. Plan environmental measures of economic activity in accordance with sustainable development principles. 7. Manage environmental information and prepare documents. 8. Inform the public on environmental issues. Activities of teaching and learning: Interactive lectures, practical works, discussions, case studies, literary analysis, project development and so on. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: Studied subjects are completed by an Exam or Project work. The assessment of learning achievements is carried out during the semester and during the exam ...

    Provider NameUtena College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  4. Religious Education

    Objective(s) of a study programme: The main purpose of programme is to prepare broad-minded highly-qualified specialists holding Master in Religion Studies qualification degree, capable of working in various education structures and improving them, as well as evaluating and applying new developments in the theory and practice of youth and adult education. Religious Education master programme also reflects the concept of Religion Studies maitained by the Hole See – to prepare priests, laymen and members of consecrated life institutes for the work of evangelization in the present day world, professional ecclesiastical activity, representation of authentic Christian thought in the society, various missions in the Church and the task of teaching of Religion. Learning outcomes: Upon successful completion of the program, students will be able to: 1. Accomplish valid small-scale research in the area of religious education. 2. Develop research-based projects of religious education activities. 3. Evaluate the processes of religious education. 4. Initiate informal religious education. 5. Promote lifelong learning among the youth and adults. 6. Apply theological knowledge in personal life and educational activities. 7. Respond to different ethical and moral problems and manage them by promotion of various research methodologies and disciplines of religious education. 8. Transfer the knowledge of religion to the youth and adults effectively. Activities of teaching and learning: Forms and methods used in class and off cla ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  5. Sales Logistics Management

    Objective(s) of the study programme: The study programme is designed to prepare qualified sales and logistics management professionals who know the main national as well as international transport and logistics systems, have the most recent and relevant scientific knowledge in transport and logistics business, are able to predict, plan and organize an ongoing working process in logistics companies and their branches , to organize selling production and storage of goods, to ensure the quality of activity, co-ordinate national and international trade, to use advanced methods in sales, marketing, sales logistics and management, to form the company's trading policy, to arrange sales technology and stock, to implement an advertising campaign, to apply the latest technologies of electronic trading and communication, to set up and run a private trading company. Learning outcomes: Graduates are able to: 1. To know and apply establishing procedures of trade and logistics companies in Lithuania; to manage sales processes and organize work process in trade companies. 2. To collect and analyze data required to solve important logistics and sales problems. 3. To assess the business environment and transport development trends and characterictics, to set up a logistics company or a branch. To apply innovatively knowledge in management and economics as well as other sciencies to manage and organize logisctics companies, to plan, organize, coordinate and evaluate their activity, to select complex technological, organizatio ...

    Provider NamePublic institution Lithuania Business University of Applied Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  6. Technologies of Information Systems

    Objective(s) of a study programme: Prepare highly skilled professional bachelor of Information Systems Technologies, who can create and support high information systems level in organizations; exploitation and control and their systems technical and software devices, which match region, state and foreign market demand; graduates will be able to compete in a constantly changing labor market; graduates will be able to improve and change working conditions in a globalized. Learning outcomes: After completion of the study programme, a graduate will be able to: Exploit hardware of computer and computer systems; Exploit software of computer and computer systems; Exploit computer network; Analyze needs and possibilities for the use of information technologies in the organization; Create a custom software application for specific user needs; Manage and control the organization's information resources; Think creative and critically; Hold professional competence throughout LIFE LONG Learning; Integrate speciality knowledge with fundamentals of business and management; Know-how to apply knowledge and skills in the activities of engineering; Know-how practical solutions of engineering tasks. Activities of teaching and learning: In the study process are applied various teaching and learning methods and the virtualization of study process as well. The student- centered teaching and learning oriented towards self- independent work, reasoned by tasks, a group work where Problem Based Learning takes a very important role. In t ...

    Provider NameUtena College

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  7. Animal husbandry

    Future specialists in animal husbandry technology study bioinformatics, the welfare of farm-bred animals, ecological animal husbandry, the organisation of scientific testing, the technology and issues of quality involved in the processing of raw materials, etc. Scientific research is organised in stages: planning of individual work, data collection, statistical data processing, and preparation of a master’s thesis. The duration of scientific research is 800 hours and the preparation of the thesis is 700 hours. Professional training is not planned This master’s degree programme in animal husbandry technology is intended for individuals who have acquired a bachelor’s degree and would like to become specialists in animal husbandry technology. ...

    Provider NameLithuanian University of Health Sciences

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  8. Biochemical Analysis

    Objective(s) of a study programme: A highly educated, high caliber, critical and independent-minded professionals able to carry out and supervise the research and process control in the field of biochemical analysis. Learning outcomes: Knowledge and its applications: A1 Knowing the biological, chemical, biochemical and physical principles of living system composition and interactions, their influence on analytical method selection and results. A2 Knowing and understanding principles of mathematical, statistical and bioinformatical methods ant their application for biological system analysis. A3 Knowing modern methods of instrumental analysis and their application for environmental monitoring, product quality analysis, investigation of living organisms processes. Abilities of doing research: B1 Being able to apply interdisciplinary knowledge in solving qualitative and quantitative problems. B2 Being able to choose and apply appropriate analysis methods depending on available data and conditions; B3 Being able to find and synthesize information during the whole problem solving process and evaluate problem solution alternatives. Special abilities: C1 Being able to analyze real samples of different complexity, to develop analytical models and methods, and prove their adequacy. C2 Being able to employ new analysis methods for the development of original problem solution, to make method optimization and validation. C4 Being able to justify their decisions in theory and practice; Social abilities: D1 Being able to arg ...

    Provider NameVytautas Magnus University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  9. Biology

    Future biologists study algiology and mycology, invertebrate zoology, vertebrate zoology, plants, organic chemistry, biochemistry, population ecology, general genetics, ecology of community and ecosystems, evolution theory, etc. Practicing takes place in three stages: Teaching practice of algology, mycology and invertebrate zoology is intended for the practical assessment of mycology and invertebrates; teaching practice of plants and vertebrate zoology is intended for the practical assessment of knowledge of plants and vertebrate zoology; pre-diploma teaching practice is intended to collect data for the final thesis. The duration of practical studies is 400 hours The studies programme of biology is intended for persons with secondary education, seeking to become specialists of biology. ...

    Provider NameKlaipeda University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania
  10. Biophysics

    Objective(s) of a study programme: To educate specialists for research, development, education, business and public sector to solve problems in modern biomedical sciences, environment and ecology. Learning outcomes: Master of Sciences in Biophysics should: know the general principles of operation and pathology in live systems; the capabilities and limitations of modern biophysical methods; principles of data analysis and planning of scientific investigation,; should be able to constantly renew the knowledge and apply it to solve problems; should be able to transfer knowledge and concepts to specialists and no specialists. Activities of teaching and learning: Lectures, laboratory work, practical training, seminars, consultations, self-study. Methods of assessment of learning achievements: The main form of evaluation is an examination. However, courses units may be evaluated by the pass/fail evaluation as well. Every course unit is concluded with either a written or written-oral examination or pass/fail evaluation. Student's knowledge and general performance during the exam are evaluated using grading scale from 1(very poor) to 10(excellent), or by pass or fail evaluation in the cases when pass/fail evaluation is foreseen as a final evaluation of the course unit. Framework: Study subjects (modules), practical training: Obligatory courses: Biophotonics, Biotransport, Neuroinformatics, Biophysics of Control, Biophysical Nanotechnology, Synergy of Life, Biophysics of Cell, Lasers in Biology and Medicine. 50 credit ...

    Provider NameVilnius University

    Category: Learning Opportunities Location: Lithuania

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